Which is higher FBI or CIA or us marshall?
Cia is different from fbi but fbi is higher than us Marshall
no youcan not becase the cia works outside the us and the fbi always is in the us
The CIA works to collect information and intelligence from outside the US. And spy. The FBI is the highest level of law enforcement in American. Up until the Patriot Act, the CIA was not allowed to work on US soil and the FBI had no involvement off US soil.
The CIA works with intelligence and the FBI leads investigations. Officially, FBI cannot work outside of the US and CIA cannot ONLY work outside of the US. Of course, they both break those rules, which is probably actually a good thing.
FBI, CIA and the police.
They are not really comparable. The CIA does not enforce any laws, but collects intelligence overseas. There are no circumstances where the CIA can legally arrest you (besides the inspector general arresting CIA employees for, say, stealing money from the CIA). The FBI can arrest people in the US for violating federal laws, and collects intelligence inside the US.
Depends on what you want to do. FBI - investigations US Marshals - enforcement and arrests
The NSA and FBI can pull the "Federal" jurisdiction card in some cases and take control of an alleged criminal. Technically the CIA has no jurisdiction inside the US.
They are both important to the US. The FBI deals with the internal security of the US, while the CIA handles the external threats. The CIA just gets more attention because of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, where they are at the tip of the spear alongside our special operations units.
angencies---agencies The FBI and CIA are agencies of the US government.
Officially their authority is in different areas. The FBI is essentially an internal agency and deals with federal crimes within the borders of the US and the CIA works outside of the US on behalf of the US population. There is, however, considerable cooperation and overlap between the agencies.
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One for inside the nation, FBI, and one for outside the US, CIA.
Overview: That's a hard question to answer because we couldn't simply compare the CIA with the FBI. The CIA works mainly as an intelligence gathering force. On the other hand, the FBI is the highest level of law enforcement for the United States. They work on the high profile robberies, corporate frauds, etc. Traditionally the FBI was only allowed to work on US soil, and the CIA could operate anywhere BUT US soil. Since the… Read More
Merhaba. No, they only take US citizens. A stupid rule.
Cia,Fbi,gbp,Peta and other branchs that don't do a thing
FBI is one of the few American institutions that the people of the US still have confidence in. No one trusts the CIA, the President, Congress or gov't in general, but they still for the most part revere the FBI as the guardian of the American Constitution.
Yes. The NCIS is the law enforcement for Us navy families and officers.
abosolutely. I know the CIA isn't part of the government but they would acknowledge threats etc. The FBI is also.
You become a fugitive, and fall under the jurisdiction of the US Marshall service (within the US) and the FBI (elsewhere).
Yes, as a US Marine; or the FBI, the CIA, as well as other Federal, State, and local law enforcement agencies
I don't know if this is all of them but I know a few. US Marshals FBI CTU DEA CIA (National or Federal) NSA NSD
FBI, police department, sheriffs, US Marshall, and anything involving crime scenes or A teacher
Yes, the CIA is an arm of the US federal government.
Countries need to protect themselves from attacks and spying from other countries. They almost all have an external security force such as the British MI6 and the US CIA. The CIA only has a mandate to act outside of the United States and against people who are not citizens of the USA. If they need to work against US citizens or they need to do their job inside the USA then they require the prior… Read More
You'd have to specify which military you had in mind.. there is no rank of "Marshall" in the US Military (as this is categorized under "US Army"). But Private is generally the lowest enlisted rank in any military... Marshall generally refers to a commissioned officer.
How did the cold war bring about reforms in the US military and intelligence establishments in the 1940s and 1950s?
The Cold War helped to create the CIA and other spy organizations throughout the military. The Soviet Union had the KGB and with the CIA and FBI the U.S. responded. Thus began spying on each other.
What agency has the task to coordinate national strategy against future terrorist threats or attacks against the US of America?
This task is shared among several US agencies (such as the FBI, CIA, and DoD), however, it is coordinated by the Department of Homeland Security.
CIA is an agency of the US Government
Generally speaking, No, they get into hot water if they do- like the Watergate. When the agency was formed the idea was to have it headquartered in Chicago, as that is in Central TIME ZONE. This may or may not be true. FBI has many Us Field offices- equivalent to precincts with regular police. an Inspector in the FBI ( and KGB) is in charge of a Field Office and is the equivalent of Major… Read More
Yes, FBI, CIA, NSA, US Coast Guard to some extent. they get involved in interstate crimes, etc. Added: To the list you may also add: the US Secret Service - The National Park Service - ICE - BATF - US Porder Patrol - actually . . . , any federal law enforcement agency who possesses the sworn authority to enforce federal criminal law. HOWEVER, the CIA is NOT among them. The CIA, by law, has… Read More
the FBI controls the world includeing YOU
All employees of the CIA must be US citizens.
The FBI has paid informants, who are not agents, and undercover agents who try to infiltrate criminal gangs and organizations, mostly within the US. There is usually an FBI agent attached to and serving at every US embassy in foreign nations, but there is also a CIA person at every embassy, and if the FBI agent picks up any information of an intelligence type he is supposed to pass that information along to the CIA… Read More
Yes. FBI Agents are peace officers, and in order to be a peace officer in the US, you have to be a citizen of the US.
Yes he was a CIA Agent for USA
I''ve heard that according to FBI and CIA statistics, one million adults and one hundred thousand children disappear without a trace every year in the United States.
Many CIA employees contributed to the making of the CIA World Factbook. It is an annual publication created by the CIA for the use of of US government officials.
The acronym CIA stands for the Central Intelligence Agency (US spy agency).
An FBI agent must be a US Citizen.
The FBI operates under the US Department of Justice. It is not a branch of government.
The OSS, Office of Strategic Services, which was the forerunner of the CIA. Roosevelt liked to set up rivalries and see what would result and he did so in this case, not clearly defining between the FBI and the OSS who was responsible for what. What worked out was that the FBI was responsible for counterintelligence within the borders of the US, which was something they had already been doing, trying to catch enemy spies… Read More
CIA is most likely harder because it works everywhere exept U.S. so they fly out of the country more. Also I live near CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia and houses are very expensive. (The average house cost is 780,000)The traffic on route 7(the road CIA agents use to get to work) is bad day and night. FBI which someone could notice in 24 season 7 is almost all agents stay in building till day is… Read More
Charles Rudolph Paul is the Ambassador to the US for The Marshall Islands.
The name FBI is only US. but other country's have equivalent agencies
All FBI agents are required to be US Citizens.
The FBI is authorized to investigate any criminal offfense embodied in the US Code.
Usually NSA of FBI, if it is an international non American hacker CIA might get involved. IF a specific agency is targeted then that agency would usually get involved like if CID was targeted then they would most likely help investigate
When will the US public grow some nuts and realize that the CIA is keeping you safe at home right now
The equivalent organization in the United Kingdom to the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) is known as MI5. This is in fact a misnomer: the original office for the section was in Room 15, on the mezzanine floor of a government building ... hence M15. This was widely mis-read, and "MI5" has passed into the language. In fact, the 'head office' is no longer in that room. Like the FBI, its mandate is investigation within… Read More
Because the CIA is forbidden to spy on American citizens.